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Storm damage, pollution and other factors - some related to climate change - are reducing the oyster population. But settlement funds from the 2010 Deepwater Horizon oil spill are now available … more
We should strive toward helping the Earth any way we can, even if it means taking one small step at a time. Here's how you can make zero-waste a habit for you and your family. more
Years of monitoring show us that in recent decades, wading bird nesting in Florida has increased but is still a fraction of the target for a restored Everglades ecosystem. more
Over the weekend, a nor’easter event resulted in flooding throughout the District. Strong winds, heavy rain, and high tides created persistent flooding in the lower St. Johns River Basin. more
The Florida Department of Environmental Protection is proud to continue a longstanding tradition of offering free admission to Florida State Parks . more
Argentine black and white tegus have spread and established populations in and around Florida at a rapid and growing rate demonstrating critical implications for native wildlife, numerous natural areas, and even restoration efforts for Everglades National Park. more
AT&T and Government Technology Magazine honored LANGD as a national award winner for creating the first-ever customer assistance fund.  more
Starting Sunday, Nov. 7, homeowners and businesses across the 18 counties of the SJRWMD should reset their automatic sprinkler systems to water no more than once a week. more
Looking for something a little different for your Florida garden? Our Plant of the Month series gives you everything you need to know about Roselle in November. more
Each year the Orange County 4-H Association sponsors the Poinsettia Sale to support 4-H youth development efforts. Proceeds from the annual sale provide scholarships and clover dollar awards to be used toward 4-H project activities. more
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